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Renee Moore

January 29, 2014

A Mama Riffs on Testing

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Fawn Johnson, editor over at the Education Insiders Blog of the National Journal.com, posed several questions to us about standardaized testing, and she approached them not just as an education writer, but also as a mother. Here's my response to her which is cross-posted at NationalJournal.com/Education Insiders.

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Renee Moore

January 16, 2014

Voice of Equity in Public Education Gets Stronger

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In a quiet, but profoundly powerful merger, two of the leading voices for equity in education have become a united force for good.

The Forum for Education and Democracy (FED) and the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) announced their merger on Jan. 13th.  The new organization will be called the Coalition of Essential Schools, and it’s newly merged board will be chaired by George Wood.

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Renee Moore

January 16, 2014

Voice of Equity in Public Education Gets Stronger

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In a quiet, but profoundly powerful merger, two of the leading voices for equity in education have become a united force for good.

The Forum for Education and Democracy (FED) and the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) announced their merger on Jan. 13th.  The new organization will be called the Coalition of Essential Schools, and it’s newly merged board will be chaired by George Wood.

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Renee Moore

December 25, 2013

More Homework Meme

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Since most of my blog posts are on the heavy side, I thought it would be a good holiday diversion for me to try something different. (That's why they say be careful what you wish for). I've been tagged (officially) by Brianna Crowley, but seriously nudged by the irrepressible Bill Ferriter to join the More Homework Meme.  The idea is for bloggers to share with our readers and each other a peak at the persons behind the screens.

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Renee Moore

December 23, 2013

A Graduation

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Today, funeral services were held for one of my students. She was a 58 year-old grandmother, who had returned to community college to fulfill her dream of of completing a degree. She worked a full-time job all day, then came to night classes at the small rural satellite campus [same one featured in the book Teacherpreneur].

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Renee Moore

December 2, 2013

Thankful for A Living Past and a Future Hope

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…Sing a song, full of the faith that the dark past has taught us

Sing a song, full of the hope that the present has brought us

Facing the rising sun, of a new day begun

Let us march on ‘til victory is won.

…. From, “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing, 1900 [The Black National Anthem]

 [Beautifully sung here by the group Acappella - http://youtu.be/F0XJPUA5xdI]

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